BLACK FRIDAY AD LEAK! CVS Black Friday 2019 Ad Scan Is Live

Disclosure Statement CVS has just leaked their Black Friday Ad for 2019! Believe it or not, CVS is one of my favorite stores to shop at on Black Friday, because you can always get so many great things for FREE.

(And what better RUSH is there than getting stuff your family uses without paying a single penny!)

Here are all the deets you need to know about the Black Friday CVS Sale:

The CVS Black Friday Sale will run from Thanksgiving Day through Saturday (11/28 – 11/30). Most stores will open at 8 am, but check with your local CVS for the exact time as it does vary. There will also be a Pre-Black Friday ad for the first four days of that week – let me know if you’d like me to share that when it becomes available.


To make your life super easy-peasy, I’ve put together the top 6 FREEBIE scenarios, with all the coupons you need to print now, so you are ready to save, save, save!

#1. FREE Toothpaste
Buy 1 Colgate Optic White Toothpaste, 4.2 oz – $3.50
Use 50¢/1 Colgate Toothpaste, CVS Manufacturer Coupon (available on cvs mobile app)
And use $3/1 Colgate Toothpaste Coupon from the CVS ExtraCare Coupon Center (available during Black Friday sale)
= FREE after coupons!

#2. FREE Deodorant
Buy 1 Speed Stick Deodorant – $2.49
Buy 1, Earn $2 ECBs
Use 50¢/1 Printable coupon
Pay $1.99 out of pocket, earn $2 ECBs
= Like 1¢ money-maker after ECBs

#3. FREE Acetaminophen
Buy 1 CVS Health Acetaminophen, 24 ct – $4.49
Buy 1, Earn $4.49 ECBs
= Like FREE after ECBs

#4. FREE Pantyliners
Buy 1 CVS Health Pantiliners, 20 ct – 99¢
Buy 1, Earn 99¢ ECBs
= Like FREE after ECBs

#5. FREE Disposable Razors
Buy 1 CVS Beauty 360 or Blade Disposable Razors, 3 ct – $1.99
Buy 1, Earn $1.99 ECBs
= Like FREE after ECBs

#6. FREE Cleansing Wipes
Buy 1 CVS Health Ultra Soft Cleansing or Baby Wipes, 20 ct – 99¢
Buy 1, Earn 99¢ ECBs
= Like FREE after ECBs

Want to learn more about saving at CVS? Check out this article I wrote a few years ago about getting the most out of Black Friday shopping!

Top 10 Tips for a Successful Black Friday Run at CVS

I’m a CVS loyalist.

I’ll go to Walgreens, if the deals are really, really good. But I definitely prefer CVS. And CVS is the only store I plan to shop IN on Black Friday.

If you’re already a CVS-devotee, I’m sure you are as excited as I am about their awesome 2019 Black Friday Ad.

But even if you’ve never done the “CVS thing” before, Black Friday can actually be a great day to start. You certainly can’t go wrong with all the freebies and money-makers. Regardless of what you decide to purchase, it helps to go in with confidence.

Here are my top 10 tips for being confident at CVS so you can score the best Black Friday deals!

#1. Make sure you have a CVS card. If you are new to deal-shopping at CVS, you may not have a CVS ExtraCare card. Well, to take advantage of these deals, you’re going to need one. So head over here to sign up for one now.

#2. Go early. Black Friday sales at CVS start on Thursday, 11/24.  Most CVS stores will be opening at their regular hours – by us, that means 8 a.m. The 24-hour stores will (probably) convert over to Black Friday prices at 12:01 a.m. If your store opens at 8, aim to get there no later than 9.  

#3. Bring your calculator. When you are running multiple transactions with dozens of items, something always goes wrong. Bring your calculator – and a paper and pen – so you can be ready to switch things up on a moment’s notice.

#4. Make a master list of everything you plan to buy, the coupons you will use, and the ECBs you will earn. Also map out the final out-of-pocket cost – and know which transactions you’ll need to use what ECBs on. It sounds complicated, but if you have it all written down ahead of time, your transactions will go much more smoothly.

#5. Organize your coupons before you go. I like to clip/print all my coupons and then paper clip them together according to transaction. I keep all the coupons in an envelope, along with my master list (broken down by transactions).

#6. Organize your cart as you shop. As I cruise through the store, I put everything into my cart, separated into piles according to transactions. That way when I’m ready to check out, I’m sure I’m not going to miss one critical $.99 item, without which my whole transaction will be thrown off.

#7. Be considerate of your cashier and fellow shopper. When I head up to check-out, I make sure to kindly tell the cashier that I have multiple transactions. If there’s a line, I wait until it subsides to check my crazy coupon self out.

#8. Eat something before you go. Otherwise, you will end up eating one (or three) of your free candy bars on the way home. And then you’ll feel gross all day. Not that I would know from personal experience.

#9. Start small. Especially if you are new to deal shopping at CVS, it can seem overwhelming – so just pick a few items to get. You can even get them all in one transaction, but aim not to pay more than $10 out of pocket.

For more information on getting started at CVS, read my How to Shop At CVS Tutorial. 10. Leave your  kids at home. CVS shopping with active little ones can be challenging. (Or maybe it’s just my active little one? She seems to think CVS is her personal Disney World). If at possible, leave your little ones at home, while you go alone – or with a Black Friday buddy – to CVS.

Want to see all the Black Friday Ad Scans — not just CVS? I’ve got you covered!

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